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Die another day, 45 million at the boxoffice for 11/24

Old 11-23-02, 10:36 PM
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Die another day, 45 million at the boxoffice for 11/24

1 N Die Another Day MGM $45,000,000 - 3,314 - $13,578
2 1 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $41,000,000 -53.6% 3,682 - $11,135
3 N Friday After Next Uni. $13,000,000 - 1,616 - $8,044
4 3 The Santa Clause 2 Dis. $10,000,000 -33.8% 3,251 -95 $3,075
5 2 8 Mile Uni. $8,300,000 -57.1% 2,587 +91 $3,208
6 4 The Ring DW $7,600,000 -28.7% 2,628 -254 $2,891
7 N The Emperor's Club Uni. $4,200,000 - 809 - $5,191
8 6 My Big Fat Greek Wedding IFC $3,800,000 -19.4% 1,586 -226 $2,395
9 5 Half Past Dead Sony $3,100,000 -60.4% 2,113 - $1,467
10 9 Frida Mira. $2,300,000 -21.1% 794 +275 $2,896

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Old 11-23-02, 10:41 PM
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So, it just sneaks past HP if those estimates are correct. Bond definitely performed better than I thought it would (I was thinking closer to $30). Which means they'll keep on making them (as if they would stop).

Nice to see that The Santa Clause 2 has legs, which 8 Mile apparently doesn't.

Bye, Jackass and I Spy.
Old 11-23-02, 11:09 PM
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My Big Fat Greek Wedding is still in the top 10. It's released over 30 weeks ago, right? That's some staying power for a movie.
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Why is The Emperor's Club doing so bad for?
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Because is sucks?
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Or maybe because it is only showing in 809 theaters, compared to the 3,000+ for Bond and Potter. Looking at the per-theater average, it may not be setting the world on fire, but $5100 doesn't exactly suck, either.
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A bit suprising to me about Bond. None of the Brosnan movies have done poorly (all over one hundred million), but none really excelled either. Consider most big movies clear $100 million, their totals are eye-popping. I guess this will fall off fairly quick like some other big releases recently (Red dragon), but still do decent (and very well with worldwide totals)
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Come this Wednesday, "Extreme Ops" and "They" will blow every movie out of the water...........
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Originally posted by Seantn
Come this Wednesday, "Extreme Ops" and "They" will blow every movie out of the water...........
Yes, bombs are indeed dangerous.
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Bond is doing better than i thought.Looks like it may squeek by Pothead for #1.Would someone please tell me what the hell Greek Wedding is still doing in the top 10.
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Originally posted by Jericho
A bit suprising to me about Bond. None of the Brosnan movies have done poorly (all over one hundred million), but none really excelled either. Consider most big movies clear $100 million, their totals are eye-popping. I guess this will fall off fairly quick like some other big releases recently (Red dragon), but still do decent (and very well with worldwide totals)
Not with the holiday next week... I will probably do at least 30 Million next week also. Probably end up at about $150 million in the US.
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Originally posted by k-qwick
Bond is doing better than i thought.Looks like it may squeek by Pothead for #1.Would someone please tell me what the hell Greek Wedding is still doing in the top 10.
extreme word of mouth and that its a good movie.
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Impressive take...I had a gut feeling it'd beat out HP.
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Here are the estimated figures for the Friday-to-Sunday period (in millions):
1. Die Another Day, $47.0 million | New
2. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, $42.4 | Total $148.5
3. Friday After Next, $13.1 | New
4. The Santa Clause 2, $10.3 | Total $95.0
5. 8 Mile, $8.7 | Total $97.7
6. The Ring, $7.6 | Total $110.9
7. The Emperor's Club, $4.1 | New
8. My Big Fat Greek Wedding, $3.8 | Total $204.7
9. Half Past Dead, $3.3 | Total $12.7
10. Frida, $2.4 | Total $12.1
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Originally posted by Aaron Amos
Why is The Emperor's Club doing so bad for?
Because everyone already saw it when it was called Dead Poet's Society?
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